Nail caps are a great option to offer in your cat grooming salon. They provide a humane alternative to declawing, can be attractive to many clients, and are a profitable add-on for your business!
The best way to promote this add-on is to display the caps or pictures of cats wearing them in your salon. See all the different ways cat grooming salons are showing off their Soft Paws in the pictures below!
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Certified Feline Master Groomer & NCGI Instructor/Certifier Lynn Paolillo of Cat Naps Cattery in Hamilton, NJ has a small cat bowl on her check in counter with different color options, plus a poster nearby. Having them on the counter where clients stand encourages many to pick up the caps and ask questions about them.
At Purrocious Styles Feline Designs in Yorktown, VA, Certified Feline Master Groomers LaDean Gordon & Dezarai Gordon have a colorful Pawdicure Station of Soft Paws nail caps with their wall display.
With limited space, Certified Feline Master Groomer Gracee Owen of Upstate Meow in Greenville, SC, has a small desktop display on her check in/out table.
Fabulous Feline Grooming‘s clients in Calgary, Alberta, Canada love the huge display of nail cap colors and combinations! With names like Twinkle Twinkle, Mardi Gras, and Classy Tuxedo clients are exciting to try new colors and styles. Fabulous Feline is owned by Certified Feline Master Groomer Maria Drechsel. See the full list of combinations on their website.
Certified Feline Master Groomer & NCGI Certifier Jessica Johnson combines display with storage by having her nail caps tucked away in clear twist-off containers at The Pawlor at West Coast Grooming Academy in Los Angeles, CA.